Carol Beal reinterprets a fall palette in polymer on PolymerClayDaily.com

Kansas’ Carol Beal (BeadUnsupervised) gives us this week’s interpretation of Fall.

No two leaves are alike. Some are blended, some bargello or stripes, gradations, mottled. They have sculpted edges and contain a wild palette of unexpected colors.

Her polymer brooches are remarkably real.

They make you want to go outside and take a closer look at what you may have missed.

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  • reply Chris Owens ,

    These are gorgeously inspiring!

    • reply Karen ,

      These leaves are really beautiful close up. You can see the different patterns that Carol uses to create a harmonious design. I particularly like her use of the bargello technique, which avoids the “southwesterny” look that I’m not too fond of.

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